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Grade 6 Properties of Matter
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
Density is defined as
  1. the shape of a certain mass
  2. the amount of volume to a certain shape
  3. the amount of mass in a given volume
  4. the length of a certain mass
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
Matter in this phase cannot be held in hand.
  1. Solid
  2. Liquid
  3. Gas
  4. Both B And C
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
Which scenario would best explain the change in state shown below?
Particle State - Gas[math]rarr[/math]Particle State - Liquid
  1. a snowman melts on a sunny day
  2. a pot of water boils and forms steam
  3. pond water freezes on a cold winter day
  4. water droplets form on grass on a cool morning
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
The point at which a liquid becomes a solid is called
  1. the freezing point
  2. the melting point
  3. the boiling point
  4. the condensation point
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
What is density?

Mass = 120 g
Volume = 96 mL
  1. 1.52 g/mL
  2. 0.33 g/mL
  3. 1.20 g/mL
  4. 1.25 g/mL
Grade 3 Properties of Matter
A change in the way matter looks is called                 .
  1. chemical change
  2. physical change
  3. states of matter
Grade 8 Properties of Matter
Grade 2 Properties of Matter
Grade 3 Properties of Matter
Matter is
  1. only things you can see
  2. anything that takes up space and has mass
  3. only made of wood
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
1 L of water is heavier than 1 L of oil because water is                   than oil.
  1. less dense
  2. more dense
  3. equally dense
  4. more saturated
  5. less concentrated
Grade 7 Properties of Matter
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
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